The General Administration of Residency and Foreigners Affairs in Dubai issued an immediate entry visa to a pregnant Syrian woman and three of her children, after she became severely ill while she was in a transit hall at Dubai Airport, where her condition was reviewed by the Director General of the Department, Major General Muhammad Ahmad Al-Marri, who ordered the issuance of entry visas directly In order for her to enter the country and obtain treatment services. ...
In detail, Iman Obaid Al-Uqla (29-year-old Syrian) told "Emirates Today" that, during her stay in the transit hall at Dubai International Airport, finally, she came from the Sultanate of Oman, heading to Beirut with her three children, she became severely ill, while she was pregnant, and on A date close to the situation, which coincided with the passage of the Director General of the General Administration of Residency and Foreigners Affairs in Dubai, Major General Muhammad Ahmed Al-Marri, who took the initiative to check on her health condition and ordered the issuance of entry visas to the country to be able to obtain the necessary treatment.
And she continued: “After I and my three children obtained an entry visa within half an hour, and as I recovered, I headed to the Emirate of Abu Dhabi to my brothers residing there, then to the hospital in which I gave birth to triplets (two girls and a boy).”
(Eman) stated that she has begun procedures to amend her status and her children by working to issue a residence permit, as she intends to stay and live in the country, saying: “The UAE is one of the most secure and safe countries in the world, and every person dreams of having the opportunity to live in it.”
She thanked Major General Mohammed Al Marri for his initiative that saved her life and enabled her to deliver her children in a safe environment, stressing that this procedure is not strange to Dubai and the UAE.